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A Consumer consumes only two goods X and Y. Marginal utilities of X and Y is 4 and 5 respectively. The prices of X and Y are Rs 4 per unit and Rs 5 per unit respectively. Is the consumer in equilibrium? What will be the further reaction of the consumer? Explain.

[1.02] Consumer Equilibrium and Demand
Chapter: [1.02] Consumer Equilibrium and Demand
Concept: Consumer'S Equilibrium
Appears in 1 question paper

Define production function.

[1.05] Producer Behaviour and Supply
Chapter: [1.05] Producer Behaviour and Supply
Concept: Meaning of Production Function
Appears in 6 question papers

A consumer consumes only two goods A and B and is in equilibrium. Show that when price of good B falls, demand for B rises. Answer this question with the help of utility analysis

[1.02] Consumer Equilibrium and Demand
Chapter: [1.02] Consumer Equilibrium and Demand
Concept: Consumer'S Equilibrium
Appears in 3 question papers

What is government budget?

[2.06] Government Budget and the Economy
Chapter: [2.06] Government Budget and the Economy
Concept: Meaning of Government Budget
Appears in 17 question papers

Given consumption curve, derive saving curve and state the steps taken in the process of derivation. Use Diagram.

[2.01] Determination of Income and Employment
Chapter: [2.01] Determination of Income and Employment
Concept: Concept of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Appears in 12 question papers

Find national income and private income:

                                                                                                            (Rs crore)

(i) Wages and salaries                                                                               1,000

(ii) Net current transfer to abroad                                                                   20

(iii) Net factor income paid to abroad                                                              10

(iv) Profit                                                                                                    400

(v) National debt interest                                                                              120

(vi) Social security contributions by employers                                               100

(vii) Current transfers from government                                                         60

(viii) National income accruing to government                                                150

(ix) Rent                                                                                                     200

(x) Interest                                                                                                 300

(xi) Royalty                                                                                                  50

[2.02] National Income and Related Aggregates
Chapter: [2.02] National Income and Related Aggregates
Concept: Concept of National Income
Appears in 1 question paper

Explain national income equilibrium through aggregate demand and aggregate supply. Use diagram. Also explain the changes that take place in an economy when the economy is not in equilibrium

[2.01] Determination of Income and Employment
Chapter: [2.01] Determination of Income and Employment
Concept: Concept of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Appears in 3 question papers

Given the price of a good, how does a consumer decide as to how much of the good to buy?

[1.02] Consumer Equilibrium and Demand
Chapter: [1.02] Consumer Equilibrium and Demand
Concept: Consumer'S Equilibrium
Appears in 7 question papers

C = 100 + 0.4 Y is the Consumption Function of an economy where C is Consumption Expenditure and Y is National Income. Investment expenditure is 1.100. Calculate

(i) Equilibrium level of National Income.

(ii) Consumption expenditure at equilibrium level of national income.

[2.02] National Income and Related Aggregates
Chapter: [2.02] National Income and Related Aggregates
Concept: Concept of National Income
Appears in 1 question paper

Calculate National Income from the following data:

S.No. Particulars Rs.in crores
(i) Private final consumption expenditure 900
(ii) Profit 100
(iii) Government final consumption expenditure 400
(iv) Net indirect taxes 100
(v) Gross domestic capital formation 250
(vi) Change in stock 50
(vii) Net factor income from abroad (-)40
(viii) Consumption of fixed capital 20
(ix) Net imports 30
[2.02] National Income and Related Aggregates
Chapter: [2.02] National Income and Related Aggregates
Concept: Concept of National Income
Appears in 3 question papers

Find national income from the following:

Autonomous consumption = Rs100
Marginal propensity to consume = 0.80
Investment = Rs 50

[2.02] National Income and Related Aggregates
Chapter: [2.02] National Income and Related Aggregates
Concept: Concept of National Income
Appears in 1 question paper

Giving reason explain how should the following be treated in estimating national income:

i. Expenditure on fertilizers by a farmer.
ii. Purchase of tractor by a farmer.

[2.02] National Income and Related Aggregates
Chapter: [2.02] National Income and Related Aggregates
Concept: Concept of National Income
Appears in 1 question paper

Explain the concept of 'excess demand' in macroeconomics. Also explain the role of 'open market operation' in correcting it.

[2.01] Determination of Income and Employment
Chapter: [2.01] Determination of Income and Employment
Concept: Concept of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Appears in 1 question paper

Explain the concept of 'deficient demand' in macroeconomics.

[2.01] Determination of Income and Employment
Chapter: [2.01] Determination of Income and Employment
Concept: Concept of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Appears in 8 question papers

Explain the distinction between autonomous and accommodating transactions in balance of payments. Also explain the concept of balance of payments 'deficit' in this context

[2.05] Balance of Payments
Chapter: [2.05] Balance of Payments
Concept: Concept of Balance of Payments Account
Appears in 1 question paper

National income is the sum of factor incomes accruing to : (Choose the correct alternative)

(a) Nationals

(b) Economic territory

(c) Residents

(d) Both residents and non-residents

[2.02] National Income and Related Aggregates
Chapter: [2.02] National Income and Related Aggregates
Concept: Concept of National Income
Appears in 4 question papers

Foreign exchange transactions which are independent of other transactions in the Balance of Payments Account are called : (Choose the correct alternative)

(a) Current transactions

(b) Capital transactions

(c) Autonomous transactions

(d) Accommodating transactions

[2.05] Balance of Payments
Chapter: [2.05] Balance of Payments
Concept: Concept of Balance of Payments Account
Appears in 4 question papers

What is aggregate demand?

[2.01] Determination of Income and Employment
Chapter: [2.01] Determination of Income and Employment
Concept: Concept of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Appears in 10 question papers

State components of Aggregate demand ?

[2.01] Determination of Income and Employment
Chapter: [2.01] Determination of Income and Employment
Concept: Concept of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Appears in 7 question papers

Indian investors lend abroad. Answer the following questions :

(a) In which sub-account and on which side of the Balance of Payments Account such lending is recorded? Give reasons.

(b) Explain the impact of the lending on market exchange rate.

[2.05] Balance of Payments
Chapter: [2.05] Balance of Payments
Concept: Concept of Balance of Payments Account
Appears in 4 question papers
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